Bad Boys of the Arctic

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Bad Boys of the Arctic
Studio album by Gary Lucas
Released September 20, 1994
Genre Art rock
Length 44:38
Label Enemy
Producer Gary Lucas, Murray Weinstock
Gary Lucas chronology
Gods and Monsters
(1992)
Bad Boys of the Arctic
(1994)
Pražská Strašidla (The Ghosts of Prague)
(1996)

Bad Boys of the Arctic is the second album by Gary Lucas, released on September 20, 1994 through Enemy Records.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Gary Lucas, except "Children's March - Over the Hills and Far Away" by Percy Grainger and "Let's Go Swimming" by Arthur Russell

No. Title Length
1. "After Strange Gods"   3:30
2. "Poison I.V. League"   3:25
3. "Jericho"   2:51
4. "Children's March - Over the Hills and Far Away"   3:46
5. "Exit, Pursued by a Bear"   3:43
6. "I Want to Play Your Guitar"   2:49
7. "They Can't Believe He's Risen Again"   2:46
8. "Out from Under"   3:29
9. "Let's Go Swimming"   6:59
10. "The Nightmare of History"   1:43
11. "Vampire Circus"   5:07
12. "Cantina"   4:30

Personnel[edit]

Musicians
Production and additional personnel
  • Jon Altschiller – engineering
  • Gregg Bendian – percussion on "After Strange Gods" and "Exit, Pursued by a Bear"
  • Ernie Brooks – bass guitar on "After Strange Gods" and "Exit, Pursued by a Bear"
  • Jason Candler – engineering
  • Greg Cohen – acoustic bass guitar on "Jericho"
  • Sonya Cohen – spoken word on "Jericho", "I Want to Play Your Guitar" and "Out from Under"
  • Anthony Coleman – piano on "Exit, Pursued by a Bear"
  • Dina Emerson – spoken word on "After Strange Gods" and "Exit, Pursued by a Bear"
  • Anthony Kane – Jew's harp on "After Strange Gods"
  • Kumiko Kimoto – spoken word on "The Nightmare of History"
  • Eric Kory – cello on "I Want to Play Your Guitar"
  • Kenny & Larry – spoken word on "Poison I.V. League"
  • A. Leroy – spinet on "Jericho"
  • Fredrick Lonberg-Holm – cello on "Jericho"
  • Sammy Merendino – sampler, drums
  • Jared Nickerson – bass guitar on "I Want to Play Your Guitar"
  • Manfred Rahs – photography
  • Bill Ruyle – hammered dulcimer on "Jericho"
  • Tony Thunder Smith – drums on "I Want to Play Your Guitar"
  • Chuck Valle – engineering
  • Murray Weinstock – production, engineering
  • Brad Worrell – engineering

References[edit]

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